TechTarget: “Fresh crop of IT automation tools targets platform engineers” November 2, 2022
Platform engineers need abstractions, too. These teams of IT operations specialists — increasingly the norm among enterprises delivering microservices applications to cloud-native infrastructure — create self-service interfaces that hide the complexities of DevOps platforms from application developers. But as they...
Software Defined Talk: “KubeCon NA 2022 Recap” November 1, 2022
Matt reports in from Detroit with all the news at KubeCon NA 2022. Plus, some tips on proper etiquette when stretching on International Flights.
Evaluator Group: “KubeCon 2022: From DevOps to PlatformOps” November 1, 2022
This is the third KubeCon I have attended in person. The first was in Los Angeles during the fall of 2021 (a first for most during the Covid period). LA was lightly attended for obvious reasons, and could...
The New Stack: “Devs and Ops: Can This Marriage Be Saved?” November 1, 2022
Are we still shifting left? Is it realistic to expect developers to take on the burdens of security and infrastructure provisioning, as well as writing their applications? Is platform engineering the answer to saving the DevOps dream?
SiliconANGLE: “ING Bank adopts namespace solution to protect its critical infrastructure” October 31, 2022
Banking security has evolved as one of the most challenging in the IT industry because of the number of users and amount of money at stake.
SiliconANGLE: “Security, enterprise support and collaboration emerge as major themes during KubeCon NA” October 31, 2022
After three full days in Detroit, the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA gathering came to a close, marked by open-source project news and expanding enterprise use cases for Kubernetes.
Dark Reading: “Cloud-Native Security Was in the Air at KubeCon/CloudNativeCon 2022” October 31, 2022
As a self-identified movie buff, some movie lines somehow stick with me over the years. One of them is from Ridley Scott’s Gladiator (2000), when a Roman senator says, “The beating heart of Rome is not the marble...
Computing: “Why enterprises must do more to support open source software they use” October 31, 2022
CNCF panellists discuss what if the maintainer of that vital component goes under a bus.Some important software libraries are ubiquitous, incorporated into hundreds of thousands of applications. If you want to secure traffic OpenSSL is a very popular...
SiliconANGLE: “Analysts lay out new technologies to solve enterprise needs at KubeCon NA Day 2” October 28, 2022
Following two full days at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA, analysts onsite gained a clearer sense of the key themes.
SiliconANGLE: “Industrializing the Kubernetes platform at Kubecon 2022” October 28, 2022
The cloud native ecosystem is currently going through its own kind of industrial revolution, so it seemed fitting that the Cloud Native Computing Foundation held its blockbuster open-source KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022 event this week in...